Who We Are
The Wyckoff House Museum relies on a small and dedicated staff composed of mostly part-time employees, committed board members, and dedicated volunteers.
Melissa Branfman, Museum Director, email@example.com
Alyxandra Maglio, Education Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
James Scales, Caretaker/ Office Manger, email@example.com
Eushavia Bogan, Garden Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Astrid Charleus, Bookkeeper
Joshua Van Kirk, Development Consultant
Grace Wu, Gardener
Monica Montgomery, Community Engagement
Educators: Cody Rae Knue, Patty Hyland, Danielle Hilkin, Bryan Cooper Opens, Araya Henry, Ashley Frenkel
Garden Apprentice: Emily Dust
For general inquiries please contact email@example.com
Garden Coordinator & Community Engager
The Garden Coordinator manages all aspects of urban farm and garden, cultivating organic vegetables, herbs, flowers, and perennials on our 1.5 acre site. In addition to overseeing all garden activities, as Community Engager the candidate will coordinate volunteer hours and service days, organize community workshops and demonstrations, assist with all community events, and interface with partner organizations. Candidate is expected to work an average of 20 hours per week, year-round. Start date ASAP. Read full job description
Garden Apprentice Program
Applications accepted on a rolling basis.
The Garden Apprentice Program (GAP) provides first-hand experience cultivating organic vegetables, herbs, flowers, and perennials on our 1.5 acre site. Responsibilities include: soil cultivation, weeding, pruning, watering, mulching, composting, cover cropping, harvesting, managing farm tools, engaging with community volunteer and on-site visitors, leading open-garden volunteer days. Full Apprentice Job Description
To Apply: All applications and questions regarding employment and the apprenticeship can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Board of Directors
Community Advisory Board
We are currently rebuilding our community advisory board.